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Choreographer Didy Veldman talks to Culture Whisper about her new Carmen tailor-made for the Russian superstar ballerina Natalia Osipova
London's own opera festival, spirited programmes from the city's liveliest orchestras, and high-flying soloists. Summer music starts here....
From Baz Luhrmann's glamorous biopic Elvis to David Cronenberg's latest provocative piece Crimes of the Future, here are the most exciting titles at this year's Cannes Film Festival
Where to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee bank holiday, plus the finest essentials if you’re hosting your own party…
A seven-part BBC adaptation of Dolly Alderton's bestselling memoir Everything I Know About Love is on the way, starring Emma Appleton and Bel Powley
You may not be on TikTok but you've probably heard of the Coastal Grandmother obsession: here's what you need to know and what it says about our state of mind
Japanese composer and musician Joe Hisaishi teams up with the RSC to bring Studio Ghibli’s 1988 movie My Neighbour Totoro to the Barbican stage
From Benediction's portrait of poet Siegfried Sassoon to the multiversal journey of Everything Everywhere All At Once with Jamie Lee Curtis, here are the films in cinemas this weekend
Crochet is the it-trend for summer 2022
A major survey of Cornelia Parker's immersive sculptures opens at Tate Britain
The doors are swinging open at Glyndebourne this weekend, while at Mayfair institution Sketch, garden pleasures are being recreated indoors. Here's what not to miss…
Director Bartlett Sher’s My Fair Lady is a traditional take on the classic musical, but with a trick hidden up its puff sleeve
From the stellar line-up at British Summer Time to a serious culture dose at the Underbelly, we round up the best London festivals to catch this summer
The second feature from filmmakers Dan Kwan And Daniel Scheinert explores the multiverse from the perspective of a laundrette owner (Michelle Yeoh). Jamie Lee Curtis also stars
The skies are blue, the holidays are just around the corner and the beach is calling. Here are ten paintings to get you in the mood for summer
SpitLip's Operation Mincemeat (a musical comedy for the stage, not the film!) has been honed to excellency and is deserving of its long run at Riverside Studios
The Ministry of Lesbian Affairs at Soho Theatre is a much-needed queer narrative exploring intersectional lesbian lives
In the run-up to the premiere of The Royal Ballet’s season blockbuster, Christopher Wheeldon’s Like Water for Chocolate, the ballet’s composer, Joby Talbot, talks to Culture Whisper
Time for some euphoria and deep calm
Elton John, The Rolling Stones and Adele are among the headliners confirmed for BST Hyde Park 2022. Here's who's playing and when
Ballet stars honour one of the most influential dancers of all time, Rudolf Nureyev, in a special gala, Nureyev Legend and Legacy at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane
Mind-blowing, Dreamachine experience is one of a kind and will make you realise that it's really all in your mind
Sally Rooney is back on TV screens with BBC Three's second adaptation, starring Alison Oliver, Sasha Lane, Joe Alwyn and Jemima Kirke
From Mexican dining with a side of cool to another rustic trough from the Gladwin Brothers, these are the best new restaurants London has to offer this May
London Craft Week returns to remind us of the sheer pleasure of slowing down and making objects by hand
From panoramic views to hidden gems, we’ve rounded up the best rooftop bars to drink at this summer
Vast and spacious, these are London's best pub gardens boasting plenty of green space, secluded booths and stellar menus
May offers some unmissable dance shows
Back in the fast lane…
From the Nick Cave concert movie This Much I Know to be True to Tom Cruise's aerodynamic return in Top Gun: Maverick, here are the best films coming in May
Wondering what theatre to book and what plays to see? From fringe to the West End: London's best theatre
Despite losing its way in the second act, director Daniel Fish's Tony-winning revival of Oklahoma!, showing at the Young Vic, is probing, raw and gloriously gritty